The former Trump Organization CFO will serve five months in jail as part of a plea agreement for his tax crimes.
Allen Weisselberg, 75, is expected to serve his sentence in New York City's notorious Rikers Island jail complex after dodging taxes on $1.7 million in job perks.
Manhattan prosecutors alleged a 15-year scheme to pay executives off the books to avoid taxes.
Allen Weisselberg agreed in a plea deal to testify in Manhattan trial about tax schemes by Donald Trump's company. Jury selection starts Monday.
"Do you think hanging out with the 45th president is cool? That’s what I thought. Now I’m drinking wine out of a toilet."
Allen Weisselberg admitted to 15 counts he was charged with, but did not agree to disclose any information on Trump himself.
Allen Weisselberg is charged with taking more than $1.7 million in off-the-books compensation from the Trump Organization over several years.
The Trump Organization’s chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, is set to plead guilty in a tax evasion case .
Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg is expected to plead guilty as soon as Thursday in a tax evasion case.
Lawyers for the Trump Organization's CFO are arguing that New York prosecutors targeted Weisselberg as punishment because he wouldn’t flip on the former president.